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This may seem like a stupid question, but have you tried garnishing the person's wages yet?
Well that type of situation is very common and a lot of times people will declare bankruptcy to strip the judgment.
However, if he has a job, you can go back to court and seek an income withholding/garnishment order where the court will order that a certain portion of his income be paid directly to you before he even gets it. This would be done by his employer.
Yes. You can call his employer to inquire as to his employment.
You cannot contact his bank to get his account balance.
No. You cannot post that he has a judgment to his social media and you should not call him as that would be considered harassment.
No. You cannot take the judgment to banks to find out if he has accounts there.
Your options are limited to the following. You can either hand the judgment over to a collections company or you can try to garnish his wages.